• Gospel singer Dennis Mutara has rubbished claims by a section of media reports that he has been struggling with Alcohol
• Karangu talked about how bloggers have been spreading the lies.
Gospel singer Dennis Mutara has rubbished claims by a section of media reports that he has been struggling with Alcohol and drug addiction in the past five years he has been missing in the music scene.
Speaking in a live interview with Karangu Wa Muraya who visited him in Murang'a county, Mutara told his fans not to believe those allegations.
He also denied claims that he sold his car and drank all the money.
Karangu talked about how bloggers have been spreading lies.
He asked Mutara to clear the air.
"We are trolled by people who are not supposed to hate us. Today we have those who are saying we should not have given you the car," Karangu said.
Mutara responded saying he had also read information about him being an alcoholic.
"There are those who have also accused me of alcohol, they should know that I do not know how alcohol smells. If they saw me drinking then they can come out and show evidence," he said.
Mutara said he believes his true friends are praying for him.
"My enemies are few but those who pray for us are many. People should not spread false information about me. I am not an alcoholic by any means."
Mutara also spoke about 2022 saying it has been one of the toughest years since he lost both parents.
His father was in hospital when he passed on and had a huge medical bill.
"Anyone who has fought this fight with me, may you never lack. Let us all be peaceful and maintain peace and stop listening to lies. Singing is part of healing. I lost my parents in 2022 and it has not been an easy journey."
He promised his fans that he would be back in the music industry.
"My fans and men of God do not stop praying for me. I will be back in the studio in 2023."